PAIN MANAGEMENT RADIOFREQUENCY GENERATOR
The Pain Management RF Generator transmits a small radiofrequency current through the insulated needle to deactivate the nerve that is responsible for sending the pain signal to the brain. The easy-to-use digital generator has the capability to perform standard RF, pulsed RF, multi RF, and Cooled RF procedures, as well as intradiscal lesioning and annuloplasty. Using a real-time graphical display, the Pain Management V4 generator is designed to be upgradeable to future technologies.
- Powerful – With an RF engine of 50 watts, the generator can output an average of 12.5 watts to four channels or 16.7 watts to three channels.
- Versatile – The Multi-RF Module can be used with any cannula sizes or tip lengths to create one up to four lesions.
- Plug and Play – There is no need to change the settings on the system depending on how many probes are used. Simply plug in one, two, three or four probes, and the system automatically recognises and adapts accordingly.
REUSABLE & SINGLE-USE RF PROBES
Durable and reusable, standard RF probes come in a variety of lengths and gauges. The reusable probes are colour-coded for easy gauge identification and can be steam sterilised. Our disposable, sterile, single-use probes are available in a variety of lengths and gauges, and feature a connector cable of sufficient length to remain out of the sterile field.
- Available in 18, 20, 21 and 22 gauge diameter
- Available lengths – 50mm, 54mm, 100mm, 145mm, 200mm
- Colour-coded for ease of identification, ensuring probes are used with matching size cannula for accurate and precise lesion formation
The RADIOPAQUE* Cannula provides enhanced visualisation during positioning, resulting in a targeted treatment. The platinum band at the distal end of the active tip defines the actual lesion location under fluoroscopy.
RADIOFREQUENCY PROBE KITS
Pain management probe kits include:
- RF probe
- Protective tube
- Connector cable
- Autoclave case
Dreyfuss P, Halbrook B, Pauza K, Joshi A, McLarty J, Bogduk N. Efficacy and validity of radiofrequency neurotomy for chronic lumbar zygapophysial joint pain. Spine 25(10), 1270-1277 (2000).
There are inherent risks in the use of all prescription medical devices. Please see the full Directions for Use containing Indications, Cautions, Warnings and other relevant information.